19 Responses to Free Printable Disney Boarding Pass Tickets + Cut File

  1. So, we’re surprising our kids for Christmas with a Disney vacation and I stumbled across this great post. Exactly what I was looking for. Even happier to discover that is was silhouette friendly. Unfortunately I can’t seem to edit the svg file. I have a Mac, so I don’t know if that has anything to do with it. Whenever I download the file, it saves as a safari webpage and I can’t edit it. Not sure how to get it into my silhouette. Help.

    • Hi Arminda, if you have a Silhouette it might be easier to download and use the .studio file instead of the SVG. .Studio will default open in Silhouette Studio, but an SVG file often defaults to open in a web browser or other program. To get around that, you can just open Silhouette Studio first and then go to File…Open and choose the file where you have it saved. Hope that helps!

  2. Hi Meredith,

    These look great!

    I was wondering if you would be able to tell what the font is in the ‘Disney Land’ title.

    Many thanks,


  3. This was super helpful.. I was looking to surprise my mother in law and this was exactly what I needed. So easy and creative! thanks a lot!

  4. Hi there these are lovely! i cant seem to find the svg file though, only the pdf. i would like to use it with the cricut.
    Regards Lisa

  5. Exactly what my wife and I were looking for.

    We have a Cricut machine and am going to download the SVG file and use our Cricut but I was wondering what kind of paper did you use for the actual tickets as there is red and white within the ticket.

    Im just not sure how to create the ticket so it has all the font in white and the names are printed on the actual ticket, with the red borders.

    Sorry we are new to Cricit

    • Hi there, all the colors should be already in the SVG! I printed on white card stock. I have a Silhouette and have never used the Cricut design software so I’m not sure how the SVG will look once you open up, so for if some reason the colors are gone or different you can always change the fill color of each element. But you *should* be able to just type in the names, print, and cut! (And if for whatever reason that doesn’t work you can always just use the printable PDF and cut out by hand.)

  6. Unfortunately, this is a hot mess on the Cricut Design Space. I was incredibly grateful for you posting this though. I’ll go the old fashioned route and print it out. Thank you!

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